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#42 of 318 Re: 1995 V6 LE Camry Engine Cover / Overdrive [afbase]
Jun 07, 2005 (12:17 pm)
Have you ever replaced the fuel filter? At 150K, it is the best place to start. Use Toyota fuel filter instead of Fram or Bosch. Then I would replace the plugs.
I don't think the O/D light coming on and off has anything to do with the tranny going bad. With 150K, if you do not normally drive with O/D off,
locate the overdrive switch on the transmission housing and disconnect it.
The hex allen wrench is what you need to remove the plastic plug cover. I don't know why Toyota bothered to use that little plastic piece. They had to say " 3.0L 24 valve " someplace I guess. The screws are not star type as you mentioned.
#43 of 318 96 Camry - Emissions Warranty Enhancement
Jun 23, 2005 (9:25 am)
My engine light is on - and my code is P0441 - Evap emission control purge flow low - does anyone know if this will be covered under the 1996 through 1998 Model Year Federal Emissions Warranty Enhancement before I have to take it to the dealer and pay $100 for them to look at it?
Has anyone ever been covered undered this Emissions Warranty Enhancement for repairs? Knowing that you have to get the problem checked out at a Toyota Dealer ($100.00) before they tell you whether it is covered under the warranty.
I just had the tranmission rebuilt $1400.00 and now this engine light shows up. I'm getting ready to put it up for sale by owner. It has 119K miles and one owner me! So I need to hurry up and get it ready for selling so I can buy my new car. I've had it with this camry
#44 of 318 Re: 96 Camry - Emissions Warranty Enhancement [gdub2]
Jun 23, 2005 (9:46 am)
Do you have the Federal Emissions Warranty Enhancement documents? I'd be skeptical that they would still cover a 10-year-old car with 119K miles.
Besides, I don't think the warranty enhancement had anything to do with the evaporative emissions system, but I could be mistaken.
#45 of 318 Re: 96 Camry - Emissions Warranty Enhancement [210delray]
Jun 23, 2005 (10:20 am)
Yes - I do have the document. It was a letter that they sent out I tried to make it into an image let's see if this works ..
Here is an Excerpt:
"The enhancement coverage is on the Evaporative System and is extended to the components specified below for a period of 14 yrs or 150,000 miles from the vehicles in service date, whichever occurs first.
-Evap storage canister
-Evap system pressure sensor
-Fuel tank filter neck
-Tank vapor vent line
-Any ohter part or component, including any maintenance parts, between the fuel tank and teh intake manifold (but not including the intake manifold) designed to contain or conduct fuel vapor from the fuel system"
Jan 31, 2005 (10:25 pm)
I just bought a 2001 wagon and would like to hear from anyone who has advice regarding engine modifications. I am contemplating fitting a turbo or supercharger at about 6psi boost, but not sure which way to go - has anyone done this here? I have a 6 speed sequential Hewland gearbox out of the old Camry Super Tourer that ran in Sth Africa and Australia a couple of years back which will fit with a little bit of jiggling and will take the horsepower OK.
I'm not sure if I should lose the carbon clutch though - has anyone ever driven a car with a carbon clutch, I hear they are a bit 'on/off' in operation?
This will be a daily driver from college and back each day, so I'm undecided if I should fit 19" wheels - they might attract too much attention.
Any advice would be appreciated.
#47 of 318 Where is the indicator for Camry LE Engine immobilizer?
Feb 28, 2005 (6:42 am)
Is it the engine immobilizer something standard for car of this model? I just could not find the indicator (which should flash when the system is on) as described on the owner's manual? Somebody can give me a hint to find whether the engine immobilizer is on the car?
Thanks a lot,
#48 of 318 Re: Where is the indicator for Camry LE Engine immobilizer? [jiangm72]
Feb 28, 2005 (7:42 am)
The LE 4-cylinder (at least the 2004 model I have) does not come with an engine immobilizer.
#49 of 318 1992 camry modification
May 02, 2005 (4:38 pm)
Hello everyone... i just got a 92 camry and was looking for upgrades...it seems that there really arn't any mods for this year! i was thinking about getting a new v6 engine and manual trany... i see they have a super charger, but i would much rather have a turbo! if any one can give my advice on where to look for parts( everything: wheels to engine) it would help a lot. also i was wondering if anyone knows where to get after market headlights and or a tail light conversion kit( i disslike the all the way across look of the tail lights)! anyway thanks again.....
#50 of 318 98 CAMRY LE
Jun 27, 2005 (9:02 am)
I just purchased, a 98 Camry LE w/ 69k, I've owned VWs for years so I don't know a whole lot about toyotas. First question, when I start my vehicle and accelarate it for the first time it make a noise an feels like it's somehow forcing the engine, is that normal. Second question in the freeway at speeds of 60+ my steering wheel vibrates a lot. Third question approx. how much will it cost to get a keyless entry alarm and control? Thank you.
#51 of 318 Re: 98 CAMRY LE [k2005]
Jun 27, 2005 (5:40 pm)
Number 1, I don't know exactly what you mean by a noise "forcing" the engine -- you may want to elaborate. Number 2, the most likely cause is improperly balanced tires/wheels, probably the fronts. Number 3, I have no idea.